Below, the two-cabin layout offers plenty of space and comfort. Interior woodwork and joinery is natural-colored teak, and the cabin sole is low-maintenance Lonseal that's glued directly to the hull liner. At the foot of the companionway, a fully stocked galley sits to starboard, and to port, the aft cabin has a queen-sized athwartships berth. Moving forward, there's an outboard-facing nav desk and electrical panel, then a full-length settee with an ingenious fold-down table mounted on the forward bulkhead. A stainless-steel tube frame opens from beneath the table and can be extended so the top can be opened up to feed a crowd or kept small for an intimate dinner. A fold-up bench for additional dinner seating is stored, when not in use, at the head of the aft berth. A couple might keep the table up, however, and simply eat at the small table and built-in chairs opposite the settee, to starboard.